Album Reviews
Album review: AFI – Bodies

Album review: AFI – Bodies

When AFI formed in 1991 without any careerist ambitions and the need to create, they may have anticipated an underground following, but never could they have foreseen appealing to the masses as icons... legends... visionaries. All deserved labels, considering their...

Album Review: Fiddlehead – Between The Richness

Album Review: Fiddlehead – Between The Richness

Boston alternative rock outfit, Fiddlehead are back with their sophomore record, Between the Richness and it sees them return to the 80s emo and punk sound with anthemic, indie-style choruses which established them as a respected band within the alternative rock...

Album Review: Hail The Sun – New Age Filth

Album Review: Hail The Sun – New Age Filth

Fans can rejoice this week knowing the newest addition to Hail The Sun’s discography, New Age Filth, is just as epic - if not more - as all that came before. With vocalist, drummer and songwriter Donovan Melero continuing along the theme of reflection, he navigates...

Album Review: Devil Sold His Soul – Loss

Album Review: Devil Sold His Soul – Loss

UK outfit Devil Sold His Soul are back with their fourth studio album, Loss, which comes nine years after the release of the acclaimed Empire of Light. It’s fair to say, a new album has been long overdue, and Loss does not disappoint. In...

Album Review: Dreamshade – A Pale Blue Dot

Album Review: Dreamshade – A Pale Blue Dot

Dreamshade is back and with their fourth studio album, A Pale Blue Dot, they pack both emotion and heavy energy in equal measure. Don’t be surprised when at times you’ll want to sing from the rooftops - best achieved with ‘Somewhere Else’ or ‘Lightbringers’ - or throw...

Album Review: Slowly Slowly – Race Car Blues Chapter 2

Album Review: Slowly Slowly – Race Car Blues Chapter 2

Nearly a year to the date since their acclaimed third album, Race Car Blues, Slowly Slowly are back with Chapter 2. Written in the same sitting, this collection of songs were originally destined for b-sides until they took on a life of their own and lucky for us,...

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